Cambodia Airports will celebrate its 25th anniversary next year, according to Mr. Alain Brun, newly appointed CEO of the group.
“Most of the programmes will kick off at a very auspicious time as we are going to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Cambodia Airports next year,” he said.
He added that “After four years away from Cambodia, I am returning as CEO of Cambodia Airports. I never felt, though, that I had actually left this amazing country, as I continued to follow all of its news and to visit my friends here. I also got to see the impressive transformation of the three international airports in a very short period of time.”
Mr. Alain Brun expressed his confidence that the momentum will remain strong, echoing Cambodia’s growth and its popularity as a business and tourism destination.
Under a public-private partnership signed with the Royal Government of Cambodia in 1995, Cambodia Airports holds the concession for the development and management of Cambodia’s network of international airports serving the capital city of Phnom Penh, Siem Reap, home to the UNESCO World Heritage Angkor Archeological Complex, and the port city and beach resort of Sihanoukville.
The shareholders of Cambodia Airports are France’s VINCI Airports (70%) and Muhibbah Masteron Cambodia (30%), a Malaysian-Cambodian joint venture.
Cambodia Airports is the commercial name of SCA (Société Concessionnaire des Aéroports), and the legal name.